The family in Tsarevo
Tsarevo Travel Blog› entry 7 of 27 › view all entries
After finally waking up from our late evenining/early morning party at Zangador, we grabbed up Chechi and Mitaka and headed over to Tsarevo, previously knows as Michurin. We headed to do some shopping and to take some pictures.
Finding parking wasnt too hard, and we walked down the buisy street where they have all of the shops and found a coffee shop to sit at. After waking up we shopped around for various nick-nacks and I found myself a wonderful Peruvian bag for only 8 leva! Which is incredible as they sell them here for around $30-$40 dollars! This happened last time as I went into a "world" type store and found a bunch of Peruvian jewlery, as well as a really great rain stick for close to nothing. Kind of wierd though coming from Miami and buying Peruvian products in Bulgaria, but its way cheaper!
After visiting some family that owns a barber shop we went down to the cliffs where the sand has created the most amazing scenery, and the cliffs themselves were really beautiful.
Afterwards we headed down to the marina where we have our favorite waterside restaurant, and had some kiufteta, salad, kibab, and tsa tsa. Tsa tsa used to be so easy to find before, especially on the coast during the summer. Now no one cooks it in their restaurants because they say that it dirties up everything with the oil and they no longer cook it. This place has some of the best tsa tsa, and hopefully they'll continue cooking it much longer. Its absolutely deliceous! After walking around the marina and taking some pictures we headed back to Fazanovo and I got a chance to get a few more pictures of Bori as well as Chechi's dog Jako (I wont write out all of the different names this poor dog has :-)